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How to express "such that" at the beginning of a sentence. For example:

I will clean the floor real good. Such that you will not see even a stain on it.

In japanese:

地をきれいにするさ。(Such that) これぽっちの染色も見えないように

Is there a similar term in japanese? Or does the ように already sort of imply "such that"?

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    ように does not imply but explicitly means it.
    – kaboc
    Apr 5, 2020 at 3:18

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Is there a similar term in japanese?

Yes.
ほどに or くらいに would work.

地をきれいにするさ。これぽっちの染色も見えないくらいに。
地をきれいにするさ。これぽっちの染色も見えないほどに。


By the way, if I translate "I will clean the floor real good. Such that you will not see even a stain on it" into Japanese, it's:
床をきれいにするさ。これぽっちのしみも見えないくらいに。
床をきれいにするさ。これぽっちのしみも見えないほどに。

floor → 床
Because 地 stands more for "ground."

stain → しみ
Because 染色 is "coloring something."

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  • Thanks for the word correction. Appreciate it
    – Newbie
    Apr 7, 2020 at 13:43

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